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SAP to introduce made in India product in the global market

SAP introduces new SMB Solutions

SAP Labs India is all set to introduce its first made in India product in the global market. This new software is code named as ‘Project Genomics’ and will provide visual analytics, data transformation pipelines and clinical application from genome research. The company has worked together with the Mumbai based Tata Memorial Center in order to build the product from its newly-created products lab called SAP AppHaus in Bangalore. The vice president of the SAP labs stated that, the motive behind AppHaus is take ideas from the mind to the market within 90 days.

SAP is contacting various customers in Asia, who would launch products based on SAP’s high speed data base HANA. Moreover, the project has enabled Tata Memorial Center to check the whole cancer genome in an interactive manner. Despite of large scale DNA sequencing of the cancer genome, no informatics tool has been devised to load up all the genetic altercations. This new tool from SAP will enable the cancer researchers to analyse large data sets in an interactive mode at resolutions not possible before.

With this new offering of the company, they are focusing on building a single window interface for different disease markers. This will help the cancer biologists go through the entire data and find out the relationships in the data that were not obvious from the original individual sources. SAP Labs is focusing on numerous products with different customers and plans to take some of them on the global level.  All these new products will be based on the HANA platform.


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